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Benefit for the Cha Cha Hut and Roxbury Fire Department on Sunday, May 30

In the early morning hours this past Tuesday, the Roxbury community suffered a double loss. The Cha Cha Hut burned down, causing Frank and Cherie Davis the loss of their business and Joe and Jane Piasek and their partners the loss of one of their buildings.


"Flower Alchemy" show blooms at Longyear

Margaretville — Opening this week at the Longyear Gallery is “Flower Alchemy” featuring the photographs of Helane Levine-Keating of New Kingston. An artist’s reception will take place Saturday, May 29, from 3 to 6 p.m. The works on display include archival photographic images of various flowers, including amaryllises and orchids from Levine-Keating’s indoor winter garden in New Kingston, as well as orchids from the New York Botanical Gardens.


DEC warns public not to touch fawns

Albany — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has reminded New Yorkers to keep their distance and not disturb newborn fawns, as deer are currently in the peak season for giving birth. Fawns are typically born from late May through June.


Fleischmanns hosts Street Fair, ball games and more Saturday

Fleischmanns — This Memorial Day Weekend on Saturday, May 29, Fleischmanns will once again host a village-wide celebration and street fair, with more music and entertainment than ever before. Main Street in the village will be closed to car traffic and filled with sidewalk vendors and tag sales, with music and entertainment all day in the gazebo.


Memorial Day parades planned for Monday

Area communities will hold annual Memorial Day Parades on Monday, May 31.


Free rabies clinics in Fleischmanns, Roxbury

Delhi — The Delaware County Public Health Nursing Service will hold free rabies vaccination clinics in Roxbury and Fleischmanns in June. The Fleischmanns clinic will be held on June 11 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the firehall.


School budget win OK from local district voters

By Julia Green
As New York State and the country as a whole continue to face budget crises at every level of government, area school districts asked voters to sign off on slightly increased spending last week. The local school budget battle went to the polls on Tuesday, when voters in Andes, Margaretville and Roxbury cast their ballots overwhelmingly in support of the proposed spending plans.


Award-winning Delaware & Ulster gearing up for a new season

On Memorial Day weekend, the Catskill Mountains come back to life as the Delaware & Ulster Railroad cars chug out of the station once again for a season of fun and adventure. Whether you’re a mountain regular or a first time visitor, you haven't truly experienced authentic mountain life until you and your family enjoy a ride on the rails.


Roxbury is chosen as winner of "Re-Store Design Challenge"

Roxbury —After a competitive and lengthy selection process, the hamlet of Roxbury was chosen to host the inaugural “Re-Store Design Challenge,” with “stores” to be unveiled in late July and open every weekend this August. 


Square dance Friday features Tremperskill Boys

Arkville — The Tremperskill Boys will provide the music and John Jacobson will be doing calling for an old-fashioned square dance at Casey Joe’s Coffee House in Arkville on Friday, May 28 starting at 7 p.m.


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